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? we went to the historic swing state of north carolina to find out. >> simon: the prosecution says you're a con man, a thief. what do you say to that? barry landau pulled off the single largest theft of historic artifacts in the united states: thousands of items, including signed documents by george washington, thomas jefferson, francis scott key, and mark twain. and for 20th century buffs... >> one third of a nation... >> simon: ...f.d.r.'s copy of his 1937 inaugural address. all of these were found in landau's apartment? >> all of these documents were seized from mr. landau's apartment in new york city. >> i love you, guy. i love you. >> who has a bigger moustache? hey, there's a good looking woman! >> pitts: shad khan is the newest owner in the national football league. >> i'm jaguars owner shad khan, and i'm all in. >> pitts: his rakish moustache and unflagging optimism have made him a favorite in northern florida, but it's his unique american success story that made him a story for "60 minutes." >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm b
it. featured speakers include simon johnson, former chief economist with the imf, and karen petrou. this is just over an hour: >> thank you very much. i certainly hope and expect that this discussion will be as stimulating and exciting as the last panel. each of the panelists will speak for about ten minutes, and then we'll have an opportunity for colloquy among the panelists and then open for questions to the audience. we'll go in the following order, scheherazade will start us off, then anna will be second, simon third and karen fourth. so, scheherazade, please, kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it's a pleasure to be here at she leaf's annual event. i will try not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. [laughter] if you're going to discuss the business of trying to predict what possibly is the next financial crisis, i think it's important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. thirty years ago we had what we now affectionately call the traditional type of crisis, only happened in emerging markets, and the contagion of this crisis was regional. so if brazil got
of changing who pays for your health care." and simon rosenberg, president and founder of the new democrat network, also a former clinton campaign adviser. gentlemen, thanks so much for being here. steve, let me start with you. so places like sears and olive garden, red lobster, they're going to give their employees a chunk of change, and supposedly you can go out and buy your own insurance. is this a great idea or a horrible idea? [laughter] >> i actually kind of like the direction here of, basically, saying to workers you can shop around, you can buy the health care plan that really suits your need. so it's a kind of freedom of choice approach. now, the way this ties in, by the way, allison, to obama's health care plan that you were talking about a minute ago is that under obama's plan what you're seeing is a lot of employers are dropping their health care plans that they provided for years to their employers, and they're going to put those workers into what's called the health care exchange under obamacare. that's something that workers are resisting because it means they're not going t
members. for more on this i'm joined by reuters mexico city bureau chief simon gardner. simon, how high up the hierarchy chain is heriberto lazcano >> right up at the top. he is the leader of the glet as. he has been locked in a bitter battle with the second, if you like, in command of the zetas. much of the bloodshed we've been seeing in mexico in recent months have been due to that feud >> suarez: since the president of mexico in effect declared war on the drug cartels have they ever caught as big a fish as this one? >> he's the biggest fish they've caught so far. i mean this is a coups for called reason. calderon's drug strategy which was to go after the heads of the different drug cartels was criticized by some for having created fragmentation and a deep deepening of violence. yet he is to a certain extent been vindicated today. he said so himself on television. this afternoon. so, you know, for calderon's strategy, which actually hurt his party in recent presidential election and helped boost his opponent or the opponent of his party, he is now, you know, reaping the benefits of this.
and that result. joining me now, simon rosenberg, a former clinton campaign adds advisor and ben ferguson. when the president claimed he said it was terror at the town hall debate, that he said that september 12, now we see the information coming in in realtime about the 20 guys and how the ambassador was locked in the safe room and we know how it wound up. that was the first question i wondered was if he night was terror. there is no question he knew four americans were dead. but he knew it was terror. was it appropriate for him to go to vegas on the first, you know, the first time he acknowledges we had a terror attack on his watch? >> well, clearly he did because he went. we are at the very ends of this campaign. i'm sure that was not an easy decision to make. but it also was over. it was handled. we had people in place managing this for him. this is a large government. we have a large military intelligence apparatus. i think they made the decision it had ended it had been settled, we were starting to get information coming in and he didn't change his public or private schedule that day. pre
that is a "bs-er." that is my own cleanup version. he goes onto say that he can tell. simon rosenberg, president and founder of think tank organization and former adviser to president clinton, and mark easton, a fellow at the cato institute. i know people talk like this about things behind closed doors. i am not dramatically from the president of the united states. this isn't battleship president, governor romney, and oh, he is a "bs-er." he said that rolling stone magazine. is it appropriate, simon? >> i don't think it is any mystery that this is a brutal campaign, megyn. people are fighting hard for what they believe. i think this is normal and look at what barack obama has been called. he has been called a socialist, people have said he didn't have a birth certificate and wasn't born here, the attacks have been unprecedented in some ways. they have been said about him. this is a rough business these days, and i think that we are seeing it in the final days of the campaign. megyn: i think a lot of them will say bring it on. it's the presidency on the line. >> he has a lot of people he needs to
between us" a memoir, a simon & schuster title and and you are watching booktv on c-span two. up next deanne stillman reports on the largest manhunt in cover history after -- this is just over an hour. [applause] >> that was a really nice introduction and i want to say a big thank you to debbie, debbie kross and trudy mills and you all have been such great supporters of my work and the literary community. it's really nice and also think you to c-span for continuing to support my work as well. i love booktv and in the program may teach at uc riverside in palm desert i recommend highly to my students that they watch the tv every weekend. also i would like to thank all of you for coming out tonight. it means a lot to me and it's a beautiful evening, a full moon evening and it's hot out. not unlike the weather that wasn't played on -- when they incident i write about in my new book "desert reckoning" takes place. i want to tell you a bit about how and why i came to write this book. it was august 2, 2003 and as some of you know the mohave is my long-time beat longtime beach and i was visit
. and with that, we've got sister simone campbell from nuns on the bus in studio with us. we'll talk to our sports editor, dave we've adopted him. they play him, we adopted him. all that coming up, but first this is the full court press. >> headlines making news, the major league baseball championship series got underway. the new york yankees are having a rough go at it against the tigers 2-0. derek jeter broke hissing a yell. nlcs,ed cardinals won over san francisco 6-4 yesterday game two in that series. tonight, yankees-detroit tomorrow. >> bill: yankees have had a hard time. a-rod benched. >> they sat him down for a couple games. >> bill: because he's been playing such poor baseball. >> i'm on team tigers, by the way. i jumped ship from the nationals, i'm now on the tigers bandwagon. >> eric clapton is a bit richer, a painting from his private art collection sold for over $34 million. >> whoa! >> at an auction. the painter was sold for the highest price ever for a work by a living artist. eric clapton bought the oil on canvas, part of a series of three for just over $3,000,000.10 years ago so i
brian bilbray for challenger simon scott peters. we'll be right back. >> moderator: welcome back to good uttv debate between brian bilbray and challenger. i want to give the floor to you talking about medicare and how to fix it. bilbray: first a rebuttal. "the wall street journal" said they supported the right thing but in medicare as we know it. it wasn't some left-winger that said that. the other thing is they've got me on tape twice saying i wanted to and medicare. he cut my answer off for once and does i'd wondered if he'd release the whole answer that i gave an order that the public might have proposal. peters: you've been quoted as saying that medicare needs to be cut to sustain it. and that you're suggesting, how exactly do you do that? bilbray: you have to get the benefits. you have to cut the cost. we don't negotiate the cost of prescription to do that. to use the leverage to negotiate a price. we also know there's a lot of overbilling we need to take care of. and that's it in a very clear throughout this campaign. >> moderator: i want to get back to divine plan. there's been ma
of the sword of independence hero simon boulevard during the victory celebration. at a rally of the presidential chalice, chÁvez reached out to the political opposition and called for unity among venezuelans. >> to those to promote hate, to those to promote social poison, to those or always tried to deny all the good things that happen in venezuela, i invite him to dialogue, to debate, and to work together for venezuela. for the bulgarian people, for the bolivarian venezuelan. that is why i start by sending these greetings to them and extending these two hands and hearts to them, in the name of all of us because we are brothers. >> venezuelan he president hugo chÁvez speaking after winning another six-year term in office. in his concession speech, henrique capriles urged chÁvez to recognize the voices of those who voted against him. >> i hope a political movement that has been in power for 14 years understands that almost half the country does not agree with them. -- does not agree with him. i ask for those in power to have respect, recognition of almost half the country.
.com and simon rosenberg, from a leading progressive think tank and former clinton campaign advisor as well. we brought you both on because you have differing views of the debate last night. mary katherine you think essentially it was a draw. >> i think it was more contentious because in the first debate only one side was fightinging a many even on the left have said. obama would come to the table with more this time, be more aggressive. i think romney relies less on likeability than obama does. there is more risk for him coming after somebody hard that way. i think mostly a tie. see in post-debate polling, a slight win for obama on the top line but when you look a little bit lower on issues like the economy and both cnn and "cbs poll" a double-digit lead for romney how he handled that and the debt. those are really important issues. i'm not sure that a narrow second debate win overcomes those. jon: simon, you wrote that you don't think mitt romney showed himself to be a strong leader last night. you think he hurt himself with this performance? >> yeah. i think on balance this was a very import
colleague tamron has a look at what's next in "news nation." >>> roger simon will joan my live. he has interests advice for governor romney. he said, the rom knee campaign is not in a state of disarray. it never got aarrayed in the first place. a big victory for democrats in pennsylvania. a judge blocks the state's controversial voter i.d. law from taking effect this november. what happens next year? i'll talk with co-director of the advancement project who is fighting against the voter i.d. laws in pennsylvania and other state, and the boston globe cynthia needham will talk about the big debate in massachusetts, a war of words between warren and brown. outside where they were debating supporters from both sides going at it. we'll show you the video. now we need a little bit more... a little bit more vanilla? this is great! [ male announcer ] at humana, we believe there's never been a better time to share your passions... because the results... are you having fun doing this? yeah. that's a very nice cake! [ male announcer ] well, you can't beat them. [ giggles ] ohh! you got
of made me smile and i wanted to get your reaction. roger simons wrote, there are three things mitt romney must do to win the presidential debate on wednesday. unfortunately, nobody knows what they are. do you know what they are? >> well, i think it's going to be talking to the american people about how the middle class has been buried under the higher taxes, the higher regulations and the -- just the job-killing policies for the past four years and how mitt romney can talk straight to the american people about how he has a plan to create jobs, specific things, like in my home state of virginia, he's going to allow us to have exploration off shore with energy so we can have good high-paying jobs. that's something supported by democrat senators like mark warner and jim webb in my home state of virginia and something this president has stopped. we're also going to get rid of those job-killing regulations that killed 1,200 jobs in the coal fields of virginia and west virginia and elsewhere. and we're also going to cut taxes on small businesses. cut taxes across the board of a -- across the bo
his coach pushed him to damage a competitor's skate before a 2011 race. simon cho says his coach urged him to bend a skate blade belonging to a canadian skater. that skater was forced to withdraw from the championship race. there are also allegations against christian th against chun that he verbally abused skaters. >>> wake forest is set to play maryland today in college park and will do so without four of its top starters. the school suspended six players because they violated team rules. they include the team's second leading rusher and leading tackler as well. the school has not given details as to what rules the players violated. and the nationals find out their division series opponent. >> and the os move on to the next round. carol maloney has it all in this morning's sports minute. >>> good saturday morning everyone. i'm carol maloney and your sports minute starts with the nationals finding out who they're playing. the cardinals and braves game, first wild card game in major league baseball history. neither team wanting to go home. matt holliday showing that he doesn't want to
the truth. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm anderson cooper. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." "ever ask somebody to lend you a foot?" "who thinks about stuff like that?" "vince mahe grew up on two continents... and noticed that wherever you go, people have their hands full, but their feet free." "the result? a liftgate you operate with your foot." "code name?" "open sesame" "the all new twenty thirteen ford escape. it's what happens when you go further." two. three. my credit card rewards are easy to remember. with the bankamericard cash rewards credit card, i earn 1% cash back everywhere, every time. [ both ] 2% back on groceries. [ all ] 3% on gas! no hoops to jump through. i earn more cash back on the things i buy most. [ woman in pet store ] it's as easy as... [ all ] one! -two. -[ all ] three! [ male announcer ] the bankamericard cash rewards credit card. apply online or at a bank of america near you. charlotte liked the stars better than probably anything, even the cool, sophisticated billy pierce. but o
was the stronger leader, compared to 37% believing that about the president. simon rosenberg is president and founder of indiana think tank and advocacy organization, former adviser to president clinton. ben ferguson, host of the ben ferguson show. across the board the folks believe mitt romney won this debate and it's starting to move some independent, undecide -d voters into mitt romney's column. the question is, ben, whether that will last and how mitt romney capitalizes on that. >> he capital hraoeu capital cap capitalizes on it with what he did last night. what is different than four years ago when barack obama took the stage in mississippi he came out with grand ideas about all of us coming together and how we are going to cut the deficit in half and the world will like us again, and how we are going to get out of iraq and afghanistan. guess what, now he's going to run on what he's done over the last four years and there is not a lot he can point to to say that they were successful. that's what got him in trouble last night. if mitt romney does this the next couple of debates and he
with accusations that the industry is sitting on cash rather than investing it. joining us now is simon perry, senior partner at inston young. a 13-figure sum. this is really referred to as -- need to energize off the sidelines and put into some sort of a vehicle. why to you think this hasn't been put to work just yet? >> i think the trillion number that's mentioned in the article you're referring to is not a number i recognize. i think the number is probably more like half that. >> so not $200 billion, you think it's about $100 billion? >> you mentioned the trillion, 200 of which relates to the 2007 and 2008 funds. 2007 and 2008 were definitely peak years for dry powder. that's the committed funds that haven't yet been spent on new investments. but it's actually been falling since then. it's quite a complicated issue. there are a number of reasons why fans haven't been investing, but although investments were at a peak in 2007 and 2008, there have been substantial investments through the subsequent years. >> so if there is cash that some of these private equities firms are sitting on and it'
, quote, i'm delighted to announce that simon and i are expecting our first child together. obviously, we're over the moon. and now, in the latest issue of "people" magazine, a family source reveals the 24-year-old british powerhouse is, quote, nesting. picking out furniture for the baby's room and trying to choose names. in 2008, she told the magazine, she really wanted to be a mom. >> adele told "people" magazine a few years ago, she wants three boys by the time she's 30. right now, she's changed. she stopped drinking and smoking. and she's really focusing on her pregnancy. ♪ this is the end >> reporter: in the mean tile, adele's topping the charts again. ♪ hold your breath and count to ten ♪ >> reporter: singing the new bond theme song, "skyfall," just released. >> a source said adele was hesitant to do a bond theme because she was worried it might be cheesy. once she accepted the gig, she took it very seriously. >> reporter: bond's star, daniel craig, told jimmy fallon, that adele was his first choice for the theme. >> when adele's name came up, i jumped at it. >> like a little
tonight show," with jay leno on monday. please try to behavior yourself for once, simon. she is also a cover girl again, smiling from the cover of "lucky" magazine's december issue. >> to come from a place where we feared for her life, to become one of the highest paid stars in the whole entertainment industry right now. she's truly a role model for turning your life around. >> nothing like having all of your dirty laundry aired in a public forum like that. >>> you know how hard it is to get kids to eat their greens. look at one woman who has never grown out of it. she's only eaten three things her whole life. not a single fruit or vegetable on the list. linsey davis has the story. >> what's this stuff? >> some cereal. >> reporter: these guys never thought they would get finicky mikey to like life cereal. >> he likes it. hey, mikey. >> reporter: and children are known for their extremely picky eating habits. but you never met a picky eater quite like marla. any hummus? >> no. >> reporter: not a single thing in this aisle you would eat? >> no. >> reporter: would you go banana bread, m
lopez. >> simon cowell rooting for khloe kardashian saying they bring authenticity. mario lopes, host of many shows. interesting to see what they bring to "x-factor." >> good to hear they are good friends. maybe he'll help her in that role. it seems like k-pats is back on. >> i said these two will be back together, sources told me. spotted all across los angeles. thee bought a $2.2 million house around the corner. these two do love each other and mistakes are happening. good that they are maybe reconciling. >> fans will be happy about that. also appears that katy perry on john maher could be an item, spotted in and around new york yesterday. >> this is telling because she actually spent his 35th birthday with him and they went to a pretty hot spot. restaurant here and also spotted at dinner and lunch together so they are not keeping it quiet or a secret. looks like they are very much on. >> let's talk about possible breakups as well. it appears that oscar winner russell crowe could be splitting from his wife of nine years, danielle spencer, this reported by "the sydney herald" who bro
last week, the roger simon piece that said that congressman ryan actually holds the governor in a bit of disdain and has referred to him as "the stench"? did that surprise you? did you find that to be credible? >> oh, well, i think they actually came out and said that was satire. they added an editor's note. i think there were a lot of people who didn't understand it was satire. it was added -- they added an editor's note the next day. "buzzfeed" called them and asked about that. >> john: well, i'm relieved. >> it was an attempt at satire. >> john: when the onion site is down, i go right to politico for their insights. >> you need to be pretty clear when you're attempting satire on politico. it is not exactly what you're expecting. >> john: it did seem like ryan winced when he pointed out that barack obama didn't raise taxes during his first term. >> that was pretty great. his reaction was kind of a wts. wtf. what are you doing? by all accounts, i've done a lot of reporting on this, ryan and romney have a v
drives the gym to get. many catholic groups are most notable in networks led by sister simone and the nuns on the bus have been vocal critics of the ryan budget which would cut spending of social services. republicans have been heavily influenced by the tea party movement in the past three years, and the tea party espouses of course that government should be far less responsible for providing the service. they believe that when the government provides social welfare it creates a culture of dependency among americans but i was struck that paul ryan use those words talk about welfare reform. so the american values survey asked americans whether they were more likely to agree that government policy and helping the poor served as a critical safety net or whether they create a culture of dependency where people are provided with too many handouts. so figure nine shows the percentage of americans were more likely to say that those policies create a culture of dependency. it's relatively few, only 32% of americans say social welfare policies create a culture of dependency. there is a
simon who has a sense of what is taking place right now. the main suspect has not yet been arrested. what do we know? >> reporter: yeah, suzanne. so far i've spoken to one of the senior police officials involved in the investigation. he tells me they have six people in custody, but they believe key facilitators around this attack, they all are local men from malala's hometown. they suspect that maybe some of them went to afghanistan where the plot was hatched and returned to pakistan where they carried out the attack. now, the main suspect, as you say, they have identified is a man called -- he went on to do a masters in chemistry. he is one of the main suspects involved in shooting this 15-year-old school girl all because she was fighting for an education. >> have they been able to actually talk to the main suspect about the motive behind this, because this was just horrific when we heard this young girl being attacked simply for encouraging people to go to school. >> althis stage they weren't able to share information about the process or what they may have found out from the susp
are in the nose bleeds up high, but we are happy to be there. neil simon theater. >> first preview. we'll work out the kinks. you are a big part of the process and i thank you all so much. >> we don't usually start off the show apologizing. >> i am not going to do it today. when i do something wrong i will apologize. >> we talked about lindsay lohan yesterday and people didn't like it. >> she made news, is the problem. we don't want to have to talk about lindsay lohan. we wished we didn't have to. we wish this young woman and her mother would both go into rehab, get the help they need, go on to live wonderful, fruitful, beautiful lives, but as long as they keep making news, it behooves us at nbc news to report it. we don't want to. >> here is what happened. let's get into the juicy details. they got into a fight at the club. they went out to long island to the mom's house. there was a fight that ensued. lindsay called her father, okay? >> this is unbelievable. >> what the father did after listening to this, i guess she said her mother is on cocaine, according to this, and is the f'ing devil right
is opening at the neil simon theater tomorrow night for previews on west 52nd street. >> can you believe it? >> no. i want to thank all of our crew here. >> we want to show our crew. they decided to deck out. pull it down, all the way down. we only had mediums. only mediums. >> he looks like winnie the pooh. >> anyways, you can get tickets if you go to broadway.com. >> scandalous @broadway.com. >> you do know. because it's previews and we're watching it all come together, they are two for one. >> bring a friend, especially if you have a friend that might be hurting a little bit. people seem to find hope in this film, which is great. >> absolutely. >> anyway, hoda, how are you, you're coming? >> saturday night, we're all going to be there with bells on. it's going to be a fun party. >> hopefully, i can announce people on monday people can have lunch and have a glass of wine with you and i on wines day wednesday. >> anyway, there is something in the social cues column that we found kind of interesting. this is what it was, taryn writes this, i have an uncommon first name. it's often mispronou
in for a minute, the visuals. that's the neil simon theater. >> opening number. >> look at the posse we came to watch. >> i was so moved by that. >> that's joanne's husband in the forefront. >> meant the world to me, director, jimmy. >> gallagher's steakhouse down the street. it was really convenient, a transvestite show just opened too. >> there's tammie. >> when you come to see "scandalous" and just down the block is lucky changs with all the drag queens. >> you can make it a double feature. >> it was so great. >> one guy said oh, there's a drag queen playing kathie lee. i said, i am kathie lee. it's crazy. jersey boys is across the street. >> i took a picture with them. look. look at the drag queens. if anything's scandalous, it's that. >> they opened the same night, which is hysterical, but our dance captain, a member of our cast, said the day of she was walking down the street and two ladies walked by, "scandalous," yeah, that's the show kathie lee and hoda wrote. >> i'm getting so much credit for this whole thing. i was literally welcoming everyone to the show as if it were my wedding.
accounting for some of the funding differential that simon of lightly references at the same time they are playing a morally without the safety net that would save them meaning that market shock in the case of either operational, sovereignty or liquidity risk of a large institution would be worse. it would be lanham brothers on steroids. that's what scares me and why we need to go back to the liquidation of authority. could work in across borders attritions? does anything work in a cross border situation? not well to read about 80% of all banks offshore assets are held in the u.k. and that is particularly true for the wholesale oriented institutions like jpmorgan. they are operating in 70 countries but to what they've got in bulgaria is not systemic. maybe in bulgaria is. that is a different question. to chase and the u.k. it isn't. those are afterthought operations. that's why the u.s. and the u.k. are very fall along and what they called a crisis management group to resolve that aspect of cross border banking. is it done? no peery dividing durkan and i can answer your questions
and saying, this is our representation of the catholic church is wrong, we've also seen it with sister simone campbell, who spoke at the democratic national convention, another example of saying, hey, listen, we are fair and balanced, but we're going to do it in a way that's not fair. >> clayton: earlier when you said you're through being frustrated, i don't know if i believe you. father john-- >> you know what? i should probably go to confession. >> father john, always nice to see you. >> thank you. >> so much for transparency, the president dodging questions about the terror attack in libya, but can he keep ignoring the issue until the election? congressman mike kelly is demanding answers and the congressman will be joining us next on the show. >> alisyn: and he got away with an awful crime until he was shot by a 12-year-old girl. the calm and collected hero joins us live to share her story. 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously verizon. okay, i have a different char
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